enough to keep people's jobs, apparently. > ready to take on "jack the giant slayer," we have "the last exorcism part 2"- oh, you laugh. > > obviously not the last, because it is part 2. > this is true. > > yes. > good prospects for this film? > > well, the first movie was kind of a surprise, a big hit for lionsgate. it did a $21- million opening. i don't think this one is going to do as well. it is not being screened for critics. i think it is going to do ok this weekend. > which you always tell us is a bad sign when they don't screen ahead. > > that's right. > all right, "21 and over" and "phantom." are either one of those any good? > > i have seen "phantom," which is not very good. "21 and over," "project x" last year also opened at $20 million. same people who made this one. it is probably going to do in the teens, so to speak. i think "slayer," "last exorcism," and "21 and over" will be your 1, 2, 3 this weekend. > a lot relying on "jack." > > yes. > all right, moving on to what happened last weekend at the box office: "identity thief" coming in at number one. people are loving melissa... > > reclaiming it. > right, reclaims. "snitch," "escape from planet earth," "safe haven," and "a good day to die hard," bruce willis, at number 5. > > yeah. "identity thief" is going to be the first $100- million grosser by this weekend. so universal is having a very good year. "die hard,"